Latest Performance Report for:
Largest Contentful PaintLCP
Total Blocking TimeTBT
Cumulative Layout ShiftCLS
These audits are identified as the top issues impacting your performance.
|Med||Don't lazy load Largest Contentful Paint image||LCP was lazy loaded|
Above-the-fold images that are lazily loaded render later in the page lifecycle, which can delay the largest contentful paint.Learn how to improve this
|Med-Low||Lazy load third-party resources with facades||1 facade alternative available|
Some third-party embeds can be lazy loaded. Consider replacing them with a facade until they are required.Learn how to improve this
|Med-Low||Avoid large layout shifts||5 elements found|
These DOM elements contribute most to the CLS of the page.Learn how to improve this
|Low||Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy||Potential savings of 79.6KB|
A long cache lifetime can speed up repeat visits to your page.Learn how to improve this
|Low||Enable text compression||Potential savings of 27.7KB|
Text-based resources should be served with compression (gzip, deflate or brotli) to minimize total network bytes.Learn how to improve this
Your page content is broken down into the following:
Fully Loaded Time
Total Page Size - 1.61MB
Total Page Requests - 83
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The following metrics are generated using Lighthouse Performance data.
First Contentful Paint
How quickly content like text or images are painted onto your page.
A good user experience is 0.9s or less. Learn more.
Time to Interactive
How long it takes for your page to become fully interactive.
A good user experience is 2.5s or less. Learn more.
How quickly the contents of your page are visibly populated.
A good user experience is 1.3s or less. Learn more.
Total Blocking Time
How much time is blocked by scripts during your page loading process.
A good user experience is 150ms or less. Learn more.
Largest Contentful Paint
How long it takes for the largest element of content (e.g. a hero image) to be painted on your page.
A good user experience is 1.2s or less. Learn more.
Cumulative Layout Shift
How much your page's layout shifts as it loads.
A good user experience is a score of 0.1 or less. Learn more.
These timings are milestones reported by the browser.
Time to First Byte (TTFB)
DOM Interactive Time
DOM Content Loaded Time
Fully Loaded Time
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